· February, 2012

Stories about China from February, 2012

China: Activist's Wife and Son Harassed Online

An anonymous Twitter user has disclosed Wen Yunchao, his wife and son's personal information online. Wen is an outspoken blogger and free speech activist on the Chinese Internet and has...

China: Chinese Communist Party Plans To Lead Microblogging Platform

In China, all conventional media outlets are under the direct leadership of Chinese Communist Party (CCP). A CCP secretary is planted in every media organization to oversee the content and...

China: Censoring Opinions on China's veto on UN resolution on Syria

Even though the People's Daily propagated [zh] that “China’s veto was in accordance with the Syrian people’s basic interests”, Chinese concern citizens have not been misled by the official media...

China: Several Tibetan Language Blog Sites Shut Down

Against the backdrop of a stream of self-immolations in Tibet in protest against Chinese rule, unrest in eastern Tibet and a severely increased military presence, several of the most popular...

New Book on Global Struggle for Internet Freedom

How do we ensure the Internet develops compatibly with democracy? And how do we become active “netizens” who take responsibility for our digital future? This is the subject of Rebecca...

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